By Thomas Keneally, Geordie Williamson
A South Pacific penal colony within the past due eighteenth century. a good guy named Phelim Halloran and Ann Rush, his mystery bride. Poet, soldier, lover and grand blameless, Halloran needs to confront his future in a spot of tyranny and searing horror.
This version comprises an creation by way of Geordie Williamson.
Thomas Keneally was once born in 1935 in state New South Wales to Irish Catholic mom and dad. He received the Miles Franklin Award in consecutive years for his novels deliver Larks and Heroes (1967) and 3 Cheers for the Paraclete (1968). He was once the 1st Australian ever to win the Booker Prize, in 1982, for Schindler’s Ark. In 1983, Keneally grew to become a member of The Order of Australia and in 1997 used to be named as an Australian residing Treasure.
Geordie Williamson is leader literary critic of the Australian, a place he has held due to the fact that 2008. His essays and stories were showing in newspapers and magazines right here and within the united kingdom for over a decade. In 2011, he gained the Pascall Prize for criticism.
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